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showing boundaries of views identified in the Lambeth Local Views Study 2012

Accessions to UK archives

The National Archives carries out an annual survey of newly acquired (accessioned) material across the UK's archival repositories. The data contains details of all the collections reported to us,...

Habitat point records from 1988 MNCR Firth of Lorn various surveys

General survey details for the Firth of Lorn area. This is not a survey in itself but is a collection of site details from different individual visits. Records currently considered sensitive have...

Species point records from 1988 MNCR Firth of Lorn various surveys

General survey details for the Firth of Lorn area. This is not a survey in itself but is a collection of site details from different individual visits. Records currently considered sensitive have...

Species point records from 1995 MNCR Firth and Lynn of Lorn training survey

Three sites in the Firth and Lynn of Lorn surveyed by standard MNCR sublittoral recording techniques along a transect line approximately 35 m long. Each recorder made their own records at each site...

Broadscale remote survey and mapping of sublittoral habitats and their associated biota in the Firth of Lorn: biotopes

Methodologies for broad scale mapping of sublittoral habitats and biota based on acoustic remote sensing was developed as the Broadscale Mapping Project (BMP), a three year project funded by a...

Habitat point records from 1995 MNCR Firth and Lynn of Lorn training survey

Three sites in the Firth and Lynn of Lorn surveyed by standard MNCR sublittoral recording techniques along a transect line approximately 35 m long. Each recorder made their own records at each site...

Habitat point records from 1989 UMBSM/MNCR Sound of Luing (Firth of Lorn) survey

This small, one day, survey was carried out in response to an application to site a fish farm in this area, on Lunga. A brief synopsis was supplied to the Crown Estates Commision. The overall...

Species point records from 1989 UMBSM/MNCR Sound of Luing (Firth of Lorn) survey

This small, one day, survey was carried out in response to an application to site a fish farm in this area, on Lunga. A brief synopsis was supplied to the Crown Estates Commision. The overall...

1984-2016 Carl Farmer Loch Linnhe records of Crassostrea and Spartina anglica

A collection of Non-Native Species sightings from Lorn Natural History Group. The species listed are Crassostrea and Spartina anglica.

1984-2016 Carl Farmer Loch Linnhe records of Crassostrea and Spartina anglica

A collection of Non-Native Species sightings from Lorn Natural History Group. The species listed are Crassostrea and Spartina anglica.

Primary Shopping Area

Defined as part of the South Norfolk Local Plan 2003. South Norfolk is creator of this data and it is reviewed and updated as part of the Local Plan process. Government Planning Policy Note PPG6...

Secondary Shopping Area

Defined as part of the South Norfolk Local Plan 2003. South Norfolk is creator of this data and it is reviewed and updated as part of the Local Plan process. Government Planning Policy Note PPG6...

Central Business Areas

Defined as part of the South Norfolk Local Plan 2003. South Norfolk is creator of this data and it is reviewed and updated as part of the Local Plan process. The data shows the business area in a...

Important Hedges in South Norfolk Council Area

Hedges – Important Hedges. : Important as defined by the Hedgerows Regulations 1997. South Norfolk Council is the owner and creator of this data and it is updated as & when new cases arise....

Administrative Areas (Argyll and Bute)

Administrative Areas used by Argyll and Bute Council for administering services. The council area is divided into four administrative areas: Bute and Cowal; Helensburgh and Lomond; Mid Argyll,...

Species point records from 1988-89 MNCR Loch Linnhe survey

Loch Linnhe forms the submerged western end of the Great Glen Fault which divides the highlands in two between Inverness and Fort William. With Lochs Etive, Creran, a'Choire, Leven and Eil...

Habitat point records from 1988-89 MNCR Loch Linnhe survey

Loch Linnhe forms the submerged western end of the Great Glen Fault which divides the highlands in two between Inverness and Fort William. With Lochs Etive, Creran, a'Choire, Leven and Eil...

2012 Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) biological analyses of Marine Scotland Science (MSS) Sound of Mull approaches and Firth of Lorn benthic camera survey

The purpose of this benthic survey (cruise 1621A) in the approaches to the Sound of Mull and northern part of the Firth of Lorn was to improve knowledge of the occurrence and distribution of...

London Plan Business Improvement Districts

A Business Improvement District (BID) is a defined area within which local businesses are required to pay an additional levy. The collected tax will be invested locally to fund projects within the...